For liability reasons, most locations do not allow pets but call ahead if you’re wanting to bring your furry friend. Wear comfortable shoes – corn mazes can be up to 8 miles long and are on uneven terrain. Bring a stroller for children – larger wheel strollers are best for maneuvering through the mazes. Wagons are available at several locations free of charge. Bring your lunch or choose to stop at the concessions for a fall treat. Bug spray – with all the rain this year there are more mosquitoes than ever. Sunscreen for your non-corn-maze activities like pumpkin hunting or apple picking. Flashlights for those of you daring enough to try the mazes at night! Check the hours to make sure your location is open for night time hours. Some locations will have a haunted maze in the evening hours so be sure to check before taking small children (or moms like me who scare easily!) Also check out the websites for additional events such as Paintings and Potions, Civil War Reenactments and live bands!
Here’s a full list of Corn Mazes in Indiana
6042 Newcastle Rd, Lafayette, IN 47905
At Exploration Acres, there is so much to do. Once you arrive you can warm-up with a quick run through our straw bale maze, then visit our 18-acre corn maze with over 8 miles of twists and turns (the largest corn maze in northwest Indiana!). You can test your skill at a pedal car race, fire a three-ear corn cannon salute or dive into a mound of hay. Check the website for Thursday discounts as well as discounts for military, seniors and children. Phone: (765) 296-2863 Hours: Th-10AM-6PM Fr-6PM-11PM Sa-10AM-11PM Su-12PM-7PM.
12290 E 191st St, Noblesville, IN 46060
There are two corn mazes this year, depending on the amount of time you are wanting to spend at the farm and/or level of difficulty. A smaller 5 acre maze with a scavenger hunt theme is available for anyone wanting to find their way around while searching for designated farm items throughout the maze. A larger 10 acre, scavenger hunt maze is available for those with more time and eager for a real challenge. Phone: (317) 773-9078 Hours: September 24th and 25th, 10:00AM – 6:00PM and Every Saturday and Sunday in the month of October, 10AM-6PM.
Greendell Landscape Solutions
749 West SR 42, Mooresville, IN 46158
The Fall Festival is back again for 2016! Attractions: the Marauder’s Corn Maze, Hayrides to the pumpkin patch, 4-acre pumpkin patch, Straw maze and climb, Tire climb, Corn hole, Life-size Jenga, Tic-tac-toe, Checkers, Football toss, and Sack races. Phone: (317) 996-2826 Hours: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 8AM – 5PM Thursday & Friday 8AM – 6PM Saturday 8AM – 5PM Sunday 10AM – 5PM
6848 N 250 E, Whiteland, IN 46184
Kelsay Farms is a dairy farm that opens to the public the month of October. Attractions: 7-acre Corn Maze, Baby Barnyard, Bale Mountain, Human Moosball Foosball, Rope Maze, Corn Crib Play Area, Hayrides, Cornhole Games, Straw Play Area, Pumpkins and Moo Choo Express. Phone: (317) 535-9150 Hours: Friday 6 PM- 10 PM Saturday Noon – 10PM Sunday Noon – 6PM
1611 N. Meridian Rd. Greenfield, IN 46140
There is tons to do at Lark Ranch! Aside from pumpkin picking and the corn maze there is: Tree House Village, Jumping Pillow, Pony Rides, Gem Mine, Corn Box, Straw Maze, Rock Wall, Air Extreme and Bungee Trampoline. Phone: (812) 295-9000 Hours: Saturday 12AM-7PM Sunday 12AM-6PM
1115 E 1000 N, Fortville, IN 46040
A fall visit to Piney Acres Farm in rural Hancock County is full of interactive hands-ons fun for the entire family! Our 73 acre farm is full of wide open space where families can connect and enjoy relaxed farm fun activities, both educational and entertaining, such as picking a pumpkin from our patch, hayrides, corn mazes, visiting with barnyard friends and autumn treats in our farm store. Phone: 317-326-1700 Hours: Sunday – Thursday Noon – 6PM Friday Noon – 10PM Saturday 10AM – 10PM
5717 N 300 W, Greenfield, IN 46140
Tuttle Orchards is a favorite central Indiana apple orchard and pumpkin patch in Indiana. Apple picking, pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm store, local food. Our corn maze includes an opportunity to complete activities as a family while finding your way through the maze. $5/person Phone: 317-326-2278 Hours: Mon-Sat 9AM-7PM. CLOSED SUNDAY.
2304 E Main St, Danville, IN 46122
Beasley’s offers a variety of family-friendly agri-entertainment activities throughout their season. Along with the ever-popular Corn Maze, every weekend in October, Beasley’s offers hayrides to their 15-acre U-Pick pumpkin patch, a giant Hay Mountain for young guests to climb, and our new Barnyard Bonanza which features: a giant jumping pillow, a spider web rope climber, and ball zone for testing your accuracy in throwing footballs, basketballs and baseballs! Phone: (317) Hours: Corn Maze- Fridays & Saturdays: 10AM-5PM Sundays: 12PM-5PM. Orchard: Monday-Saturday 9AM-6PM Sunday 12AM-6PM.
8900 E County Rd 1000 N, Brownsburg, IN 46112
NEW for 2016! Come and walk through the corn maze and see how long it takes you to find your way out. This year’s maze is Presidential Election Themed! There will also be a petting zoo every weekend in October. Phone: (317) 450-5245 Hours: Tuesdays thru Thursdays 2PM-6PM Fridays thru Sundays 10AM-6PM. CLOSED MONDAYS.
If there are any Indiana locations you know of that we missed, please let us know! There are several locations that have done corn mazes in the past but will not be participating this year so be sure to check online or call before heading out.